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Request for Public Input

Dear Valued Covington Residents and Stakeholders,   Citizens were invited to join a public input meeting on  February 25th  at City Hall regarding  the creation of the Annual Action Plan for the use of Covington's CDBG and HOME funds.    Please feel free to re...

Request for Qualifications

The City is soliciting proposals from qualified professionals who have an interest in providing the City with technical support and assistance on a project by project basis. The RFQ can be found at the link below.

Life Learning Center Celebrates New Home at Stewart Iron Works Site

COVINGTON - The Life Learning Center today celebrated its future new home at 20 West 18thStreet with the Catalytic Development Fund, the City of Covington and 90 other community and regional partners in attendance.   The new location is better kno...

Update on Work at Caroline Avenue January 17

COVINGTON - The City of Covington, with other public service providers, estimate that work on the slide of a retaining wall that impacted four residential homes, will be completed by the end of the month.   On December 13, 2013, four homes along Caroline Avenue were impacted when the retai...

Five Historic, Completely Rehabbed Properties Seeking Owners

COVINGTON - Five City-owned and completely revitalized historic properties within the downtown area are seeking homeowners. The properties were acquired during the Neighborhood Stabilization Program that awarded funds to redevelop foreclosed and abandoned properties throughout the City as a means of...

Covington-opoly Game Features Familiar Venues

COVINGTON - Covington-opoly is a Covington-themed version of the popular family board game Monopoly, and will be available for purchase starting Black Friday until stock runs out. The board game will be available for $25 through the Renaissance Covington office as well as some retail destinations in...
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Commission Meeting Highlights 9/10/2013

Duke Energy Foundation Funds Urban Core Development Projects The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded 10 grants totaling more than $320,000 to revitalize local urban areas that have experienced job loss and economic downturn, including three exciting projects to take place in the urban core of Covingt...

City Offers Code Enforcement Hardship Program

COVINGTON - The City of Covington has created a helpful new program that provides qualified residents with contractor resources to keep their property up to City Property Maintenance Code standards. The Program, funded by the City's Community Development Block Grant funds and introduced this year, i...
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